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Originally Posted by armourcore9brker View Post

Well I might scrap my other project since I got a great idea I'd like some feedback on. Straight off different site (Click to show)
Well everyone else has one. tongue.gif
While talking to Confusis and Ruairi last night, I came up with an idea to do a modular PC build! If I work out all the kinks I'll probably scrap the other build for this one.
One issue involved with mobility is the power limitation. Do I go larger and use more powerful hardware? Or keep the consumption and performance lower? This question along with the fact that I usually like to use 1 machine for most everything got me thinking about how I could have the best of both worlds.
The answer? Swappable modules!
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EDIT: Heh, I just realized the Front IO on the desktop module looks like a mouse. tongue.gif
First up is the Mobo Module:
  • i3-2120T 35W
  • 1155 H77 mITX
  • 2x4GB Ram
  • 160W Pico-PSU
  • 128GB Crucial M4 SSD
  • 750GB WD Scorpio Black
Then we have the Mobile GPU module. This is meant for more gpu horsepower and for gaming on the go.
  • XFX or Powercolor Single slot 7750
  • Front Panel IO
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Lastly, we have the Desktop GPU module. For more powerful work and more space just like a larger mITX build. I was thinking about somehow integrating it into a triple monitor stand so it'd be one solid unit. I'd like some feedback on this idea.
  • Fits up to a 6990 length card.
  • 600W Server 1U PSU
  • 2x2TB 3.5" Drives
  • Front Panel IO
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The way that it would work is that during mobile use, an external power brick would supply power to the PC. When plugged into the dock, the dock would directly power the entire rig. I would run the pico-psu with dual power inputs and add some relays so there is no back current. Since both of them shouldn't ever be connected at the same time it should be fine. The entire goal of this is to make it so that I don't have to mess with any wires or plugs. Just drop it in and go.
To accomplish this I plan on having a USB breakout inside the desktop module that will supply approximately 6 USB 2.0 slots on the back. I'd have my desktop keyboard, mouse, other peripherals plugged into it all the time and have a mobile Bluetooth set for on the go.
The gold barcode looking thing is just a stand in for the terminals that will connect the modules. Running through the terminals will be:
  • SATA Data
  • Power switch information to turn on the desktop PSU when plugged in
  • Power terminals to power the pico-psu when docked
  • Front Panel IO wires
  • USB 2.0 terminals for the expander in the Desktop module
These designs are not final and I know they are pretty rough.
I need to think of a way of latching them together and keeping them together without the use of screws or the like.
I might create just a front panel IO module so that I can use the Mobo module alone.
Questions? Comments? I need feedback people. biggrin.gif

It would be so awesome if you could pull something like this off....
post #3892 of 10099
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Originally Posted by MoMurda View Post

Great idea and concepts but do you really think you would take it out and use it on the go? I think if anything just keep the big one and it should be small enough to throw in a bag to take with you. Since you have to take a monitor its gonna be big anyways.

Also how would you make it so the desktop psu would power the mobo with the pico psu still connected?

It's not so much to take with me with a monitor. I have a triple monitor setup at home. I would use this to plug into TVs or use it on a school computer. Anything really.

On the issue of the pico-psu. The way they are usually wired is the 4 pin din or the single pin will go to a 4 pin inside. That'll then go to the pico-psu. I'd make a reverse splitter with some diodes on them so there is no back current. Both of them won't be connected at the same time. All the pico-psu uses as input are two 12V lines and two grounds. I am wiring the desktop PSU to have a set of two 12V lines and two grounds to go to the contact terminals. This will feed power to the pico-psu. Since I won't plug the external brick in, the psu shouldn't be able to tell the difference.

The volumes are as follows:

Mobo Module: 2.21L

Docked in Mobile GPU module: 3.62L

Docked in Desktop Module: 8.56L
Edited by armourcore9brker - 5/23/12 at 12:45am
     
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post #3893 of 10099
Hmm... may be time to get rid of the 'ol RIVE and go mATX... then I could get into the club biggrin.gif
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post #3894 of 10099
450 not sure if ive posted this here but i built my own mATX HTPC case smile.gif

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post #3895 of 10099
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This is so clean, nice!

@jimbags, have a lot of respect for people that make their own cases, looks great! Acrylic I assume?
Edited by Shadow_Foxx - 5/23/12 at 7:29am
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This is so clean, nice!
that is a thing of rare beauty OMG!
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Case:
Lian Li PC-353B
Hardware:
Asus Rampage IV Gene Motherboard
Intel i7 3820
G.Skill Ripjaws 16GB Memory
Nvidia GTX580
Seagate Momentus XT 750
Thermaltake 850W PSU
Cooling:
1 - 120mm x 25mm Intel Water-Cooler
2 - 120mm x 25mm Scythe
2 - 120mm x 12mm Scythe
1 - 80mm Scythe
1 - 80mm RocketFish
Scythe Fan controller
Temperatures:
CPU overclocked to 4.7Ghz
Scored a 26999 overall on 3DMark Vantage
Benchmark/Idle Temps (Note that this is with all the fans set to the lowest setting on the controller...Super quiet!)
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Finished Product:
I had to extend the hole for the GPU power cables on the center shelf. Just extended the hole a couple inches forward with some tin snips.
I removed the bottom front filter mount, and also removed the entire fan bracket. I later replaced the rivets with some thin head screws, so as to not interfere with the side panels of the case.
I mounted 1 120mm x 25mm Scythe fan to the front side of the fan bracket, and attached the Intel water with its 120mm fan to the backside of it. Both on the right side of the case. I mounted 1 120mm x 25mm on the left side. The Intel water-cooler and fan fit with 0 extra space between the fan and the motherboard. It's also a very tight fit with the coolant lines and the motherboard 24pin power plug. Also the side panel for the case just barely makes contact with the side of the radiator, so its a pretty tight squeeze. Over-all it all fits quite nicely, with almost no room to spare.
I removed the top filter panel and mounted 2 120 x 12mm Scythe fans to the top side of the panel, then re-installed the panel. The fans fit perfect in the space above the panel.
I also mounted an extra 80mm LED fan on the center shelf to kind of help with the airflow off the motherboard.
Here are some pics of the Set-Up:
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drool.gif Im jelly! Nice work!
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Belkin that build is awesome. Exactly the type of build that made me want to get into this. My case is coming today by the way but my mobo/video card will likely not be til tommorow. Can't wait to show you guys it when it's done.
    
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Thanks guys! It was really fun seeing what all I could squeeze in this case, and how low I could get the temps. I love this thing! thumb.gif
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I uploaded some more pics if anyone is interested. They are in the original post on the previous page. thumb.gif
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